First video blog entry about an open source, investigative documentary about how the television news became an uncritical echo chamber to the countdown towards war in Iraq -- and proposed tools for collaborative journalism that can provide some solutions. Featuring: Jay Rosen, Dan Gillmor, Doc Searls, Jonathan Landay, Pamela Hess, Bill Plante, Halley Suitt, Marilyn Schlitz and Kent Bye. Topics: vlog, newmedia, folksonomy, collaboration, journalism, film, documentary
Il trailer definitivo del primo docufilm realizzato dai vlogger italiani per le elezioni politiche del 2006. Regia di Stefano Mordini Topics: Le mie elezioni, nessunotv, Stefano mordini, vlog, vlogger, film, docufilm
I have a small notebook that I've filled with ideas for movie scenes. I decided to fructify this one for the sole reason that it didn't require another person to do it. I decided it would be a good idea to make it black and white to be more like an art-school drop-out's film. Anyway, I really wanted a dwarf to play the medicine man (guy with mask). In my notebook, the medicine man lives inside a closet at Blockbuster Video. He has a brown leather golfer's hat (like a beret) and talks in... Topics: eye hurts, bullemhead, adam quirk, video blog, videoblog, vlog, art film, black and white
During the Halloween Get Connected event in Atlanta, we met with Jared Adams of The Georgia Film School and he was kind enough to explain to us the details of what the school is about. From Camera, to set building, the school focuses on all the aspects of film making. Check out what he says and the special programs they have available. Also visit them at www.georgiafilmschool.com Make sure you subscribe to be up to date with the newest and most creative independent artists in the industry,... Topics: searchonly, film school, georgia film school, film making, film, movies, talent
Translating "ballet" into other media, these three short poetry films move the body and sound in three different ways that suggest ballet. An illustration of metaphrasty in action. Topics: faux press, jan mclaughlin, parade, smart mob, poetry, poetry film, filmpome, grip, strip, ballet,...
A brand-new segment on "Aspect Ratio" starting November 2011, Flix Chix stars Cynthia Pepper and Melinda Darlington-Bach as two lovely ladies who love and discuss all things film. Topics: film, movie, flick, ad, promo
In this tutorial, we'll demonstrate how simple it is to build a film trailer website using Flash Catalyst. Learn how to add subtle effects and how to hook in audio and video assets. Topics: catalyst, flash, film, movie, trailer, design
In this quick interview we meet Chase Smith from Spirit World Productions, an Atlanta based production company that consists of 3 members, and a team of film makers which they work with. The team writes, shoots, directs, their own productions. Chase himself was born and raised in the great state of Georgia, rather than run to Hollywood to follow his movie dreams, he attended the University of Georgia, played football there, got an MBA, MPA and an MFA while writing script after script. Second... Topics: searchonly, spirit world productions, film making, indie
Like Autism Live on Facebook at facebook.com/autismlive The Autism Live team was able to pay a visit to this year's Inclusion Film Camp sponsored by ACT Today! and COX Communications. This camp is held at no cost to military families for their children on the spectrum and their siblings to work and produce a short film. Lead by Joey Travolta, the final project will be screened at the San Diego Film Festival in October. For more information visit ACT-Today.org Autism Live is a production of the... Topics: autism, autism live, act today, inclusion film camp, military children, autism and film making,...
Covering Get Connected for some time and it is great to talk to talented actors, directors, and musicians. But what about the tech? Well here it is.. Yonder Blue Films introduced us to their camera coptors, where they custom built and engineered an 8 blade mini helicopter that can support the weight of a RED camera. It has the ability of reaching up to 45 miles per hour, and they plan to top that to match race car speeds. Special remotes all them to control all angels of the camera and preview... Topics: searchonly, cameracoptor, film making, aerial shooting
John Morrison does his first interview of the 2010 Mill Valley Film Festival with Nancy Kelly and Kenji Yamamoto on their film "Trust". NOTE: The music by Abraham Inc. is used under the protection of the Fair Use Doctrine for the purposes of education, illustration and comment. Topics: aspect ratio, bay area, filmmaking, independent film, california film institute, marin tv, marintv,...
I'm looking to get hired for acting, hosting, producing, directing, videography or photography or other gigs. Thanks for watching Albert Contact e-mail firstname.lastname@example.org Topics: albert torcaso film, video, action, pittsburgh, film, nocturnal, blood, party, family, clean, fun
Sorry for not updating in a while. But here is a lovely little piece I made this past January call Home and Back again. The basis of this film was to tell a story in 10 shots, which is what I did. Javis 8 by, Kevin Macleod incomptech.com Topics: 10, shot, film, imcom, short, again, back, short, film, jarvis, kevin, macleod, school, of, visual,...
Writer/ Director Colby Doler sits with some of his crew and explains the complex workings of putting a whole movie project together, without ever having worked in film, much less gone to school for film making. Making a zombie flick in the middle of Georgia called "Zombie Royale". We talk to the crew and discuss the steps they took to make movie magic. From scouting locations to make-up, they talk about their inspirations and lack of experience, but take the bull by the horns approach. Topics: searchonly, zombie royale, indie, indie film, indie film making, colby doler
John Morrison interviews Kerry Lee Green on her 1999 film Bellyfruit and David Hess on the Italian horror film genre known as "Giallo". NOTE: The music by Abraham Inc. is used under the protection of the Fair Use Doctrine for the purposes of education, illustration and comment. Topics: john morrison, california film institute, mill valley film fesitval, aspect ratio, the goonies,...
Alabama Filmmaker's Co-op members working with different lighting set-ups for technical practice. Used a 1, 2, 3, and 4 light set-ups and gells and cookies on March 27, 2005. Topics: lighting, filmCoop, workshop, educational, learning, film, video, vlog, filmCoop, workshop,... Source: VHS-C
Southern Film Productions is a website where people in the south can communicate their projects and look for local film projects that they can work on. Their Missions Statement pretty much sums it up: "We strive to deliver a unique service posting consolidated information in a concise and easy to use format, thus providing you with the most up-to-date paying cast and crew calls, while offering productions a venue to post their projects and search for talent and crew." If you are in... Topics: searchonly, film, crew, talent, chip lane, first city films, southern film productions
John Morrison interviews director Abby Ginzberg and her subject Cruz Reynozo about their latest film "Cruz Reynozo: Sowing the Seeds of Justice". NOTE: The music by Abraham Inc. is used under the protection of the Fair Use Doctrine for the purposes of education, illustration and comment. Topics: aspect ratio, bay area, filmmaking, independent film, mill valley film festival, cruz reynozo, abby...
Here is the long anticipated Seventh Installment of Rant Series. Sorry for the long wait. Micheal Bay, just No, NO! NOOOOOO!!!!!! Topics: transformers, rant, wilhelm, transformers, (film), reviewtopia, review, short, nexus, apollo, hack,...
John Morrison interviews MT Silvia about her film "Atomic Mom". NOTE: The music by Abraham Inc. is used under the protection of the Fair Use Doctrine for the purposes of education, illustration and comment. Topics: aspect ratio, bay area, filmmaking, independent film, mt silvia, atomic mom, john morrison, mill...
WHAT??? Anyone for some crazy awesome new Avengers clips? Some Loki vs. Fury Whedonesque jibber-jabber this time... next up on our countdown is Some Cap and Thor side-by-side smackdown and quippy chatter! And don't miss our amazing 5-minute preview from last week complete with cast interviews on http://YourGeekNews.com! Topics: science fiction, loki, nick fury, movie, avengers, marvel, film
This tutorial begins the series Producing Great Sound on Location. In this and future video tutorials, Jonah Guelzo will cover different topics that relate to production sound? what equipment is needed, and the techniques essential for getting the best sound for your next film, or video production piece. Topics: diy, music, sound, audio, recording, field mixers, film
We continue the series from iLounge in Atl, this time we introduce Steezo Da' Champ. This artist talks about creating an image of an artist and actor that changes and permits herself to be diverse and still keep her core values intact. Very interesting interview that may show a glimpse of what it takes to be and independent artist today and maintain some sanity. "Graduating at only 16, she has been ahead of the pack for some time. She is mature, witty, well spoken, and charismatic. She... Topics: searchonly, steezo da champ, poet, music, film, artist
At Atlanta's monthly Get Connected event we meet with ShowCase Photo & Video's Frank Zamor, as he shows off the Canon C300. The Canon C300 Details: -8.29 million effective pixels and has a pixel size that is larger than that for conventional professional camcorders -Featuring a unique Super 35mm Canon CMOS sensor -Enabling greater light-gathering capabilities for enhanced sensitivity and reduced noise. -The sensor reads Full HD (1920 x 1080 pixels) video signals for each of the three RGB... Topics: searchonly, canon, c300, film making, technology, cinema, camera, movie
It’s no secret that Fox made Ridley Scott shoehorn an Alien storyline into his original idea for Prometheus. And it’s also no secret what happens in the entire movie has been shown to you if you watch the trailer. So what happens when you watch the movie as an Alien fan hoping for the Space Jockey movie you've waited 3 long decades for? You pay 0 for the IMAX 3D extended 2-hour version of the trailer and come away feeling kinda ripped off. Topics: science fiction, prometheus, review, ridley scott, movie, film, alien, prequel
Kickstarter Project The Silent Darkness: RIse of the Witch is an ambitious project by producer, writer Don Ranow, about an ancient Witch that returns for her revenge on the village town that executed her generations ago? and only one stands in her way! The project is looking for public support to enhance some of the private funding, surely to cover some of the stunts and effects being done for the film. Drawing inspiration from films such as "Twilight", Don wanted to reinvent the... Topics: searchonly, silent darkness, rise of the witch, indie film, kickstarter
Paul Benjamin is most proud to have worked with some of the most talented artists in his profession. For his first co-starring role in the film, "Across 110th Street," Anthony Ouinn is quoted in the Hollywood Reporter to say that "he considers him to be the most talented actorsince Brando." Other noted films include, "Do the Right Thing," by Spike Lee; "Hoodlum,â by Bill Duke with Lawrence Fishburne; "Leadbelly," by Gordon Parks with Roger Mosley;... Topic: Paul Benjamin, television, film, actor, celebrity, cinema, theater, movie, movies
Now that the original trilogy has been discussed, it's time to talk about how The Kingdom of the Crystal Skull measures up to its predecessors. Topics: arts&culture, armchair directors, movie, review, discussion, film, talk, cinema
Film Brain reviews this new British sci-fi thriller, produced, written and starring Doctor Who's Noel Clarke. Contains scary images. This work is protected by Fair Use. Topics: arts&culture, noel clarke, sci-fi, thriller, film brain, review
We had many parties, and spoke often of parties past.What remains of them for each of us is something else. Episode 6 of Brook Hinton's found footage "seance" series, Trace Garden. Topics: parties, 16mm, found footage, experimental film, home movies, romance
The Lounge Magazine gang talks about the feature film Limitless and a wannabe comic artist who has been making the comic con rounds by creating fake art pieces of other peoples work. Topics: searchonly, limitless, movies, film, comicbook, art, artists, rob, granito